How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, 
 Idaho and Oregon?   Part 3

How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho and Oregon? Part 3

A former N.C Gov. Pat McCrory, a former Rep. Mark Walker along with the current Rep. of district 13 on his third term, Ted Budd, relatively unknown candidate, got into the race to replace him as the next Republican senator from North Carolina.

How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, 
 Idaho and Oregon?   Part 2

How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho and Oregon? Part 2

The problem for many Republican primary candidates is that the cloud of the 2020 Election results fall out took up all the air giving no candidate other than the ones who had very clear position on it in Pennsylvania.

How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, 
 Idaho and Oregon?

How 9 must watch Republican primaries played out in Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Idaho and Oregon?

This 3 part series, looks into 9 races that were 4 races in Pennsylvania, 3 from North Carolina, 2 from Idaho and 0 from Oregon. Republicans have set their sights on picking up seats in both chambers of Congress this year.

Analysis: President Biden's 6 Million popular vote difference. Where did it come from?

Analysis: President Biden's 6 Million popular vote difference. Where did it come from?

First off,  How does one calculate the popular vote?  The popular vote is calculated by the total vote difference between the 2 presidential candidates. The candidate with the most votes minus the votes of the other candidate gives you the actual number. There are 2 ways to increase the popular vote margins, the first, be popular across the country's 3000+ counties where the candidate adds a large number of smaller vote counts than the other candidate provided they also have the same appeal acro

Progress Report: Was the Mainstream News Media effective in breaking down 2016 President Trump's base in 2020?

Progress Report: Was the Mainstream News Media effective in breaking down 2016 President Trump's base in 2020?

The goal for the main stream media was simple, reduce the number of people showing up to vote for President Trump in 2020 across the nation? So how well did they do?  The excessive negative media coverage, created 12 million more voters than 2016 in the general elections. In 2016, he got around 63M votes, but in 2020 he got 75M.  By the 2020 primary, their failure was quite evident to them because, President Trump in his 2020 re-election bid got almost 3 times more votes (18M) than the most famo

Did 2008 President Obama's victory killed claims of racism in the USA elections forever? Could it just be unpopular party policies that holds the party back?

Did 2008 President Obama's victory killed claims of racism in the USA elections forever? Could it just be unpopular party policies that holds the party back?

President Barack Obama  beat senator McCain in 2008 in 815 counties in roughly 3037 counties in the USA, the highest for a Democrat nominee in 20 years.  Vice President Al Gore won 689 against Bush 2000 & Senator John Kerry 537 counties against Bush in 2004.   Mrs. Hillary Clinton won only 447 counties over President Trump in 2016.  President Joe Biden won  479 counties in 2020 over President Trump. For the Democrat party, America voted for a president who twice as many as Mrs. Clinton did and V

2020v2016 Comparison of Latino (Hispanic) Vote for President Trump

2020v2016 Comparison of Latino (Hispanic) Vote for President Trump

The 1st approach is taking counties which have the highest density of Latino population like Webb, Starr, Maverick etc in that county, ideally about 90% of these counties identify as Hispanic/Latino based on the 2018 ACS.   The 2nd approach was to check and see in counties where the number of Latino (Hispanic) voters are great than a million or atleast close to million.   Using these 2 types of counties as basis we compare President Trump's  primary votes numbers to figure out his Latino Support

Larry Elder's support among Spanish Voters in California! How do you spot it post elections of the "Yes" Vote?

Larry Elder's support among Spanish Voters in California! How do you spot it post elections of the "Yes" Vote?

Counties like   Tulare(67%), Colusa(61%), Madera (59%), Kings(57%), Kern(55%), Hispanic population are the biggest population group in the state of California. Taking a closer look at the how these counties were trending in the last 20 years trend in these counties should give a pretty good idea about the Hispanic voters  party preference and the probability of them to vote "Yes".  The next question to ask if, these counties are voting Republican, would the flip sides to vote for Governor Newsom

California Recall: Gavin Newsom vs Larry Elder et. al.? Will the Voting pattern map closer to 2020 Primary or General Elections?

California Recall: Gavin Newsom vs Larry Elder et. al.? Will the Voting pattern map closer to 2020 Primary or General Elections?

2020 primary election [https://www.truefairnews.com/2020-president-primary-california/] results and 2020 general elections had a very distinct result pattern. President Trump won 48 of the 58 California counties over President Biden who won only 10 in the Primary when it came to the number of counties in a head to head match up. However, in the 2020 general election [https://www.truefairnews.com/2020-president-general-california/] President Biden won 36 and President Trump won 22 counties.  Also

TrueFairNews Remembers the fallen on 9/11!

TrueFairNews Remembers the fallen on 9/11!

In this somber moment in the nation's history, we pledge to remind people of this great nation and of all the world that in the lives that were lost on that day and from that on in this war of terror, has broken the hearts on all sides.  The foolishness of a few ended the bright hopes of many by bringing in death and destruction that spanned long and far.  Sometime  before 9/11, during 9/11 and the past 20 years since 9/11, we seem to have forgotten that "Life is always precious!" ------------

White 50+ Working Class Trends for past 20 Years that the polling got wrong in 2020 and ignores.  Trouble for Democrats?

White 50+ Working Class Trends for past 20 Years that the polling got wrong in 2020 and ignores. Trouble for Democrats?

White working-class Americans are generally present in counties with a high percentage of non-college educated people and available service jobs. Predominantly white, working-class Americans make up the largest demographic group of the 50+ population according to US census data. These characteristics paint a clear picture of how things are going for a particular party over a 20-year period with the white working class. Let’s look at 5 counties that fit these specifications: Montmorency (MI), Ada

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